Salisbury, NC Family Law Attorneys

For nearly seven decades, Davis & Davis, Attorneys at Law, PC has supported North Carolina residents who are in the midst of family law disputes or transitions. We are a family-owned law firm, and we understand how important your family, and especially your children, are to you. We share your commitment to protecting them, and we are dedicated to helping you through the difficult legal transitions that affect your family.

Compassionate Counsel, Powerful Advocacy for Rowan County Family Law Matters

When you are involved in a family law matter, you need compassionate, knowledgeable guidance as well someone who can stand up for you when it's difficult to advocate for yourself. At Davis & Davis, we are experienced litigators who care about our clients. We represent clients in all types of family law cases, including:

We offer our clients the support, information and advocacy they need from the beginning of their family law case through its resolution. Though most family law matters are resolved by settlement, not a trial, we are experienced litigators as well as skilled negotiators. Because we are confident in our ability to successfully try any North Carolina family law case, we only accept a settlement on a client's behalf if it is truly in his or her best interests. Because we have been established in the community for decades, our opponents know and respect our reputation, leading to better outcomes for our clients.

We invite you to read more about our areas of family law practice, and we welcome you to contact Davis & Davis, for more information about our services. Based in Salisbury, we serve Rowan County and the surrounding North Carolina counties.

Salisbury, NC Family Law Attorneys


Divorce is a difficult time for families. Whether you need to file for divorce, or your spouse has already done so, you likely have many concerns and questions. Who will have custody of the children? How much will child support be? How is property di… Read More

Child Custody & Support

One of the primary concerns for divorcing or separating parents is the well-being of their children, including how custody determinations will affect them. If you are a parent facing divorce or separation, you are probably worried about making sure y… Read More

Equitable Distribution

In North Carolina, the division of marital property in a divorce is called equitable distribution. “Equitable“ does not mean exactly equal, but a division of property that’s fair under all the circumstances. At Davis & Davis, Attorneys… Read More

Alienation of Affection

The end of a marriage is never easy, but it is made more painful when caused by a spouse’s emotional or sexual infidelity. In North Carolina, if there is genuine love and affection between you and your spouse, and another person’s actions… Read More

Post-Separation Support and Alimony

Financial issues are a frequent concern for people who are getting divorced. In particular, many people are concerned about how they will support themselves during and after the divorce process. In North Carolina, courts may award two types of spousa… Read More